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Reposted Sarah Reilly's post.
BELIEFS ONLY STAY BELIEFS IF YOU KEEP CHOOSING THEM.
 
 
I had to bring this truth bomb to a private coaching session the other day and it was so resonant I figured I'd repurpose it, with some context. So here ya go! 
 
How often does the idea of things being 'better' come to your mind?
 
Money flowing more easily
Professional relationships vibing higher
Personal connections being more rewarding
Your energy levels being more consistent
 
And how often do you dismiss them with words like:
 
That just doesn't feel true for me
I can't connect with that
That's not my experience
I don't understand how that could happen
 
 
Here's where you're off track:
 
A belief is just a thought that was repeated so often the neural pathway for it has been cemented.
Think of it like a well-worn track through the forest. 
It's easy to follow it, all the work is already done, it's probably scooped a little so if you get off it your bike naturally veers back into the centre...
 
But just because you have those particular neurons wired together, doesn't make the belief true...
 
SAY WHAT...
 
That's right. Just because you repeated something often enough that it got stuck, doesn't mean the statement was ever factually accurate.
 
A lot of people still think beliefs come from evidence. Obviously they don't, otherwise when confronted with new evidence, people would change their beliefs. 
I think facebook shows you often enough what really happens when people are confronted with new evidence... 😉
 
What's true is: Beliefs are strategic. We choose and stick to whatever helps us feel the most safe. Our nervous system is motivated to cling to whichever beliefs cause us to run our 'safest' autopilot settings.
 
BUT...
 
That means, if you keep all your existing beliefs, you'll keep recreating the same reality over and over again.
 
Do you actually want more money, more success, more time, more freedom, more love?
 
Because if the beliefs you run now haven't resulted in those things, then they clearly don't work, and it's time to create and cement new neural pathways. 
 
Not sure how? That's what coaching is for. 
 
Apply for a complimentary discovery call via sarahreillycoaching.com and let's see what it would take to get you the life and love of your dreams.
 
See you soon,
Sarah 😄

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You’ll likely fall into one of these categories.

  • Acupuncturist

  • Bio-feedback/ Neuro-feedback

  • Chiropractors 

  • Holistic Veterinarian

  • Homeopathic medicine

  • Matrix practitioners

  • Naturopathic doctor

  • Nutritionist

  • Osteopath

  • Pharmacist

  • TCM practitioner

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BELIEFS ONLY STAY BELIEFS IF YOU KEEP CHOOSING THEM.
 
 
I had to bring this truth bomb to a private coaching session the other day and it was so resonant I figured I'd repurpose it, with some context. So here ya go! 
 
How often does the idea of things being 'better' come to your mind?
 
Money flowing more easily
Professional relationships vibing higher
Personal connections being more rewarding
Your energy levels being more consistent
 
And how often do you dismiss them with words like:
 
That just doesn't feel true for me
I can't connect with that
That's not my experience
I don't understand how that could happen
 
 
Here's where you're off track:
 
A belief is just a thought that was repeated so often the neural pathway for it has been cemented.
Think of it like a well-worn track through the forest. 
It's easy to follow it, all the work is already done, it's probably scooped a little so if you get off it your bike naturally veers back into the centre...
 
But just because you have those particular neurons wired together, doesn't make the belief true...
 
SAY WHAT...
 
That's right. Just because you repeated something often enough that it got stuck, doesn't mean the statement was ever factually accurate.
 
A lot of people still think beliefs come from evidence. Obviously they don't, otherwise when confronted with new evidence, people would change their beliefs. 
I think facebook shows you often enough what really happens when people are confronted with new evidence... 😉
 
What's true is: Beliefs are strategic. We choose and stick to whatever helps us feel the most safe. Our nervous system is motivated to cling to whichever beliefs cause us to run our 'safest' autopilot settings.
 
BUT...
 
That means, if you keep all your existing beliefs, you'll keep recreating the same reality over and over again.
 
Do you actually want more money, more success, more time, more freedom, more love?
 
Because if the beliefs you run now haven't resulted in those things, then they clearly don't work, and it's time to create and cement new neural pathways. 
 
Not sure how? That's what coaching is for. 
 
Apply for a complimentary discovery call via sarahreillycoaching.com and let's see what it would take to get you the life and love of your dreams.
 
See you soon,
Sarah 😄

If you are a health practitioner who wants to learn bio-energetics, help people heal on a whole other level and increase revenue, then BER is for you.

You’ll likely fall into one of these categories.

  • Acupuncturist

  • Bio-feedback/ Neuro-feedback

  • Chiropractors 

  • Holistic Veterinarian

  • Homeopathic medicine

  • Matrix practitioners

  • Naturopathic doctor

  • Nutritionist

  • Osteopath

  • Pharmacist

  • TCM practitioner

If you are interested in attending BER Training, please complete the BER Admittance Form.

Reposted Ken Keegans's post.

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Massage can be a powerful tool to help you take charge of your health and well-being. A growing body of research supports the health benefits of massage therapy for conditions such as stress, fibromyalgia, low-back pain and more. Find out how you can benefit from adding massage therapy to your health and wellness routine. Contact one of the many registered massage therapists on www.holisticunited.com to find out if massage is right for you!

Renee Ford
 added article 

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Today's thought:
 
It's great to be out in the mean facebook streets shouting about your cause.. But what does your own life look like in the background?
 
I see a lot of people with some major political preoccupations having massive, inappropriate, nasty arguments with friends and followers... when their own health, home environment and relationships are in the toilet.
 
Don't get it twisted, I'm not saying you have to have to be perfect to be an activist...
What I'm saying is that rage and panic-posting is a great distraction from the things you may be scared to go deep on in your own life.
 
An example: We know now that poor gut health is intimately linked to depression and mood instability. So if you're waving your triggers around online but your diet is horrific, you might want to log out for a bit and take care of yourself so that you can actually tune into *what you're really feeling*... not what your dysbiosis and parasites are feeling.
 
We also know that when people feel unsafe, their nervous system will reach for wherever it has found safety in the past, regardless of how appropriate or useful that particular coping mechanism is at this stage of their life.
So, the recommendation would be to examine your behaviour patterns and the 'emotional homes' you frequent, to see if they're still producing a healthy and desirable outcome.
 
We tend to be firm judges of others, and amazing lawyers for ourselves.
I will tell you from experience that switching that up from time to time is really eye-opening.
 
Feel free to share your experience with this in the comments x
Reposted Ken Keegans's post.

Mastering Your Physical And Mental Self... Improved immunity, stress relief, alleviation of specific ailments and improved mental concentration are some of the pulling cards that make the practice of qigong so attractive. Learn how to start a practice of qigong for beginnersby applying the information in this article daily. https://buff.ly/2p2iBhN

 

 

Mastering Your Physical And Mental Self... Improved immunity, stress relief, alleviation of specific ailments and improved mental concentration are some of the pulling cards that make the practice of qigong so attractive. Learn how to start a practice of qigong for beginnersby applying the information in this article daily. https://buff.ly/2p2iBhN

 

 

Hey. I wanna tell you something really important.
 
When you make a big commitment to a new standard / way of being / level / version of yourself... it's likely that you'll first get a dose of 'universe university' (as I call it) to make sure you're truly ready for what's coming, and can handle it.
 
As many of you know, my business is currently undergoing a pretty massive overhaul, as my brand strategist and I work the kinks out of my messaging and how I want to offer my services.
In line with this, I've had to take a serious stand for who I am, what I represent, and what truths I think are valuable enough to warrant sharing.
 
This means that there is a whole 'lotta honesty coming in 2020.
 
In the past, I sat on the fence a lot. I disliked being trolled and yelled at online, and so I kept most of the really triggering stuff to myself.
But deep in my heart, I know that hiding triggering content isn't helping anyone, because triggers are the keys to the old coding that keeps us stuck.
They are literally the pathway to the wounds that control us until we heal them.
 
I am eternally grateful for my triggers and whilst it is incredibly uncomfortable to swim in them all the time 😉
...I have learned to love the sensation of my nervous system giving me priceless data that allows me to grow at the rate required to achieve my outlandish, audacious goals 🖤
 
So, very recently I made a firm mental commitment to come through 2020 more authentic than ever before.
And lo and behold... In rolled the triggers 🤣
 
In the last 24hrs alone, I have received 2 rounds of scathing feedback and been publicly scolded and branded 'dangerous' (go on - LOL with me...) for simply asking people their opinion on extremely disruptive content and daring to suggest that someone consider their nervous system important enough to actually listen to.
 
Young me would've been debilitated.
Today's me is exhilarated.
 
So here's the takeaway:
 
If you're gunna do the big scary thing, expect to be tested first.
Know what you're up against and commit to feeling all the feels but pushing through anyway.
 
Your resolve will be tested.
Your courage will be tested.
Your diligence will be tested.
 
And on the other side of the test... is everything you ever wanted.
 
If you're feeling brave about your biggest goals this week and you're ready to face your fears head on (so that you may see them for the holograms they are...), drop a HELL YEAH in the comments.
I'd love to celebrate everything YOU'RE dreaming of, coming to fruition as well 🖤
 
Forever in your corner,
Sarah xo
 

 

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Reposted Sarah Reilly's post.
So you may have noticed your FB feed getting pretty hectic the last few months... 🤣
 
I can see many of you getting frustrated with your loved ones succumbing to fear-mongering or letting their uncertainty fuel formerly-latent racism.. 🤦‍♀️ So I want to offer a perspective that you might find interesting, and a few tools to test your own headspace.
 
Some people are still under the illusion that their environment creates or controls their emotions. If this is the case, then when they feel unsafe or destabilized (such as, during a global crisis..) they will look outside of themselves when attempting to re-create whatever state they perceive to be 'safe'.
 
This may involve arguing and trying to make people think or feel the same way as them. It may involve blaming and/or inciting violence towards those they feel are 'differen't.
It may involve temporarily setting aside their humanity in favour of reinstating the structures they previously leaned on.
 
But a more relevant expression right now, would be clinging to ideas or stories that make them feel like they're 'on the inside'.
When we feel like our world isn't making sense anymore; when we have had certain cornerstones of our routines removed (e.g. going to work), if we're not prepared to rediscover the inherent safety and resources within us, we are more prone to being manipulated by anyone who uses our fear against us.
All they have to do is bond with us on the level of our fear, and use the same phrases clickbait sites use to indicate that you're currently 'on the outside' but would be safe within the tribe, if you were allowed access to some covert info...
'You'll never believe what XYZ said about...'
'What the XYZ doesn't want you to know about...'
'Read this quick before it's taken down..!'
 
 
Whilst I'm not at all interested in telling you what to believe, specifically.. I think you would be doing yourself a fantastic service if you took a moment to look at where you're putting your attention right now, and asking yourself the following questions..:
 
'When I engage in this content, does it help me to remember that my power and safety is inherent, or does it continue the narrative that things outside of me must be different before I can feel safe again?'
 
"Is the content I'm watching peppered with contrived prompts to create fear, e.g. interspersing shocked faces between images, or using condescending or threatening tones or soundtracks?"
 
"How strong is my emotional commitment to my story? i.e. When people show me conflicting evidence, do I get angry or argumentative? When people disagree with me do I immediately divert to name calling or derision?"
(This indicates you have an emotional connection to a story, and should be suspicious to you. Why do you *need* your version to be 'right'? Examine your discomfort and the fear beneath it. What do you think it would mean if you were wrong? There is gold in your stories here - dig dig dig...)
 
'Do I myself, understand the thing I'm supposed to be afraid of, well enough that I could teach it, or at the very least explain it to different levels / demographics of audiences?'
(If you're not fully across what you should apparently be afraid of, it's possible that you've simply adopted a perspective without looking into it. Ask yourself 'why do I trust that particular source so blindly?')
 
And here's the big kahuna... How's your ego doing with these questions overall? Are you feeling compelled to 'school' me or anyone else in the comments section?
 
*Did you smirk at those questions but not actually apply them to any of the messages you're currently pushing?*
 
Did you feel affronted or dismissive of the idea that what people choose to believe is strategic and based on a need to re-create equilibrium / meet their survival needs, thereby questioning your narrative that you were one of the enlightened few with the 'real eyes, who realize the real lies...'? 😆
 
As uncomfortable as cognitive dissonance is, going into the triggers is the only way to get the information you need to grow and heal.
 
Be brave, humble and compassionate with yourself.
You got this. 🖤
 

 

So you may have noticed your FB feed getting pretty hectic the last few months... 🤣
 
I can see many of you getting frustrated with your loved ones succumbing to fear-mongering or letting their uncertainty fuel formerly-latent racism.. 🤦‍♀️ So I want to offer a perspective that you might find interesting, and a few tools to test your own headspace.
 
Some people are still under the illusion that their environment creates or controls their emotions. If this is the case, then when they feel unsafe or destabilized (such as, during a global crisis..) they will look outside of themselves when attempting to re-create whatever state they perceive to be 'safe'.
 
This may involve arguing and trying to make people think or feel the same way as them. It may involve blaming and/or inciting violence towards those they feel are 'differen't.
It may involve temporarily setting aside their humanity in favour of reinstating the structures they previously leaned on.
 
But a more relevant expression right now, would be clinging to ideas or stories that make them feel like they're 'on the inside'.
When we feel like our world isn't making sense anymore; when we have had certain cornerstones of our routines removed (e.g. going to work), if we're not prepared to rediscover the inherent safety and resources within us, we are more prone to being manipulated by anyone who uses our fear against us.
All they have to do is bond with us on the level of our fear, and use the same phrases clickbait sites use to indicate that you're currently 'on the outside' but would be safe within the tribe, if you were allowed access to some covert info...
'You'll never believe what XYZ said about...'
'What the XYZ doesn't want you to know about...'
'Read this quick before it's taken down..!'
 
 
Whilst I'm not at all interested in telling you what to believe, specifically.. I think you would be doing yourself a fantastic service if you took a moment to look at where you're putting your attention right now, and asking yourself the following questions..:
 
'When I engage in this content, does it help me to remember that my power and safety is inherent, or does it continue the narrative that things outside of me must be different before I can feel safe again?'
 
"Is the content I'm watching peppered with contrived prompts to create fear, e.g. interspersing shocked faces between images, or using condescending or threatening tones or soundtracks?"
 
"How strong is my emotional commitment to my story? i.e. When people show me conflicting evidence, do I get angry or argumentative? When people disagree with me do I immediately divert to name calling or derision?"
(This indicates you have an emotional connection to a story, and should be suspicious to you. Why do you *need* your version to be 'right'? Examine your discomfort and the fear beneath it. What do you think it would mean if you were wrong? There is gold in your stories here - dig dig dig...)
 
'Do I myself, understand the thing I'm supposed to be afraid of, well enough that I could teach it, or at the very least explain it to different levels / demographics of audiences?'
(If you're not fully across what you should apparently be afraid of, it's possible that you've simply adopted a perspective without looking into it. Ask yourself 'why do I trust that particular source so blindly?')
 
And here's the big kahuna... How's your ego doing with these questions overall? Are you feeling compelled to 'school' me or anyone else in the comments section?
 
*Did you smirk at those questions but not actually apply them to any of the messages you're currently pushing?*
 
Did you feel affronted or dismissive of the idea that what people choose to believe is strategic and based on a need to re-create equilibrium / meet their survival needs, thereby questioning your narrative that you were one of the enlightened few with the 'real eyes, who realize the real lies...'? 😆
 
As uncomfortable as cognitive dissonance is, going into the triggers is the only way to get the information you need to grow and heal.
 
Be brave, humble and compassionate with yourself.
You got this. 🖤
 

 

Bio-Energetic Resonance (BER) is rooted in a strong tradition of acupressure that merges Western technology with Eastern appreciation for body energies.

Through history there have been many methods of addressing the meridian system. Acupuncture using needles, heat or pressure was a method developed over 3,000 years ago in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  It uses the body's energy anatomy, the meridian system, to address physical symptoms.  Meridians, pathways of energy, are accessed via points along the body. 

Today various combinations of these points are addressed using heat, light, cold laser, sound, tapping, massage and mild electric current.  Electro-acupressure technology has been available for close to 100 years and extensively explored by German physician Reinhold Voll in the 1950s. Voll used his EAV machine to test the relative speed of a meridian (and physical strength or weakness)​ when exposed to the frequency of a substance. He then helped re-establish a healthy movement of energy in relation to this substance by stimulating the end points of the meridians.

Other German physicians such as pediatrician Peter Schumacher further explored electro-acupressure in the 1980s and 90s. By first muscle testing using glass vials containing the frequencies of various substances, he unearthed dissonance connected to the client's symptoms. By re-introducing these dissonant frequencies through meridian points, he found that he could promote resonance to them.  The meridian points he uses are those of Chiropractor Dr. Jim Scott adjusted in 1991 by Schumacher's colleague Jurgen Hennecke. Schumacher published a book on his work in 1998.

The BER protocol and technology continue in the traditions of Voll and Schumacher.

Learn more here.

Bio-Energetic Resonance (BER) is rooted in a strong tradition of acupressure that merges Western technology with Eastern appreciation for body energies.

Through history there have been many methods of addressing the meridian system. Acupuncture using needles, heat or pressure was a method developed over 3,000 years ago in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  It uses the body's energy anatomy, the meridian system, to address physical symptoms.  Meridians, pathways of energy, are accessed via points along the body. 

Today various combinations of these points are addressed using heat, light, cold laser, sound, tapping, massage and mild electric current.  Electro-acupressure technology has been available for close to 100 years and extensively explored by German physician Reinhold Voll in the 1950s. Voll used his EAV machine to test the relative speed of a meridian (and physical strength or weakness)​ when exposed to the frequency of a substance. He then helped re-establish a healthy movement of energy in relation to this substance by stimulating the end points of the meridians.

Other German physicians such as pediatrician Peter Schumacher further explored electro-acupressure in the 1980s and 90s. By first muscle testing using glass vials containing the frequencies of various substances, he unearthed dissonance connected to the client's symptoms. By re-introducing these dissonant frequencies through meridian points, he found that he could promote resonance to them.  The meridian points he uses are those of Chiropractor Dr. Jim Scott adjusted in 1991 by Schumacher's colleague Jurgen Hennecke. Schumacher published a book on his work in 1998.

The BER protocol and technology continue in the traditions of Voll and Schumacher.

Learn more here.

Renee Ford
 added article 
Ken Keegans
 added article 
Promoted
Is there anything in your life that you are currently or consistently angry about?
 
I'm finishing my Master Coach cert during this lockdown and we're discussing injustice in the group call today.
 
An interesting point was raised that I suspect everyone would benefit from knowing 🖤
 
💥Injustice is the result of someone turning their back 💥
 
What our lecturer meant by this is that injustice requires that one or many refuse to look at a case, a person, something important. Someone or something of value is being overlooked, forgotten, ignored.
 
Injustice happens when we turn away from that which needs our help, our focus, our attention or our efforts.
 
Have there been any injustices in your life?
Any injustices against you?
Are you still hanging onto them?
Are you still angry about them or focussed on them?
 
Well here's today's tough love:
 
If your vision is all over the thing that happened to you X number of years ago... Guess where it's not.
That's right - on all the injustices happening worldwide right now.
 
That's us, angry that someone turned their back, turning our back as well 🤯
 
Our survival system is very sneaky. It seeks warmth, food, water, shelter and conservation of energy (non-movement).
 
What facilitates non-movement (picture yourself on the couch with a snacky-snack) more effectively than anything else?
 
-Rumination on a problem in a different timezone, that therefore cannot be changed in the present,
-Fixation on a wrong perpetrated by someone we don't control,
-Intense focus on something we can blame another for, thereby relinquishing responsibility for changing it.
 
That's right folks, obsession with our own perceived victimization is a way to avoid expansion, growth, contribution and generosity.
 
It's generally understood that one of the hallmarks of depression is excessive focus on the self (now there's a sentence that needs a trigger warning YEE-HAW)
and therefore one psychological technique for moving people out of the patterns required to perpetuate the depression, is steering their focus out onto others. How they can help the less fortunate; how they can contribute to their community.
Shifting the focus shifts the emotions which shifts the chemistry and the resulting projected reality.
 
How are you shifting your focus from the stuff that slows you down to the stuff that changes the world this week?
 
 
***
 
 
SarahReillyCoaching.com
 
 

 

Now that we have the facts. It's time to get back to work.

We understand microbiology, we understand immunology and we want strong immune systems.

I don't want to stay in my home and develop a weak immune system and then come out and get a disease.

In fact, Erickson suggests that staying at home too long could be even worse for people's health.

Learn more: https://saahm.net/emergency-physicians-say-covid-19-is-as-dangerous-as-flu/